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Samuel Strick on Shifting Provinces and the Art Behind His Game Design

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Samuel Strick on Shifting Provinces and the Art Behind His Game Design


Samuel Strick came out with a little game called Shift last year - a CCG that not only is a microgame but uses all four sides of the card. Now he is back with Province, which is currently on Kickstarter. It is being published by Sam's own game company, Laboratory that he co-founded with Clayton Grey.

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Inside the mind of Swedish Designer Henrik Larsson

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Inside the Mind of Swedish Designer Henrik Larsson


A discussion with Swedish designer Henrik Larsson on his first release DuCo. Recently, pick up and distributed by Game Salute.

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The True Story of Ed Marriott and His Fictional Town of Scoville

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The True Story of Ed Marriott and His Fictional Town of Scoville


Interview with Ed Marriott whose game Scoville will be out later this year.

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This Interview Ain’t Big Enough for Both Bamboozle Brothers (Part 2)

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This Interview Ain’t Big Enough for Both Bamboozle Brothers (Part 2)



This is part 2 with my interview with Jay Cormier- half of the designing duo, "Bamboozle Brothers" - who are the designers of Belfort, Tortuga and This Town Ain't Big Enough for the 2-4 of Us. The other half of the Bamboozle Brothers design team is Sen-Foong Lim.

For part 1 of this interview discussing This Town Ain't Big Enough for the 2-4 of Us, Akrotiri, game rejection and cupcake bake-offs see: This Interview Ain’t Big Enough for Both Bamboozle Brothers (Part 1)


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This Interview Ain’t Big Enough for Both Bamboozle Brothers (Part 1)


The interview you are about to read started actually on This Town Ain't Big Enough for the 2-4 of Us kickstarter comment page. One of the designers of This Town offered to answer questions on the comment page. I jumped in and started asking all sorts of questions - Jay did such a good job answering questions, I kept asking more. It soon moved from the comment page to geekmail. This is the result. There has been some editing and a lot rearranging to make it flow better like an actual interview. Hopefully, you enjoy and find Jay's answers as interesting as I did. I just want to make a quick note as when Jay talks about Sen - he is talking about his game designer partner, the other half of the "Bamboozle Brothers" - Sen-Foong Lim.

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